(navigation image)
Home Animation & Cartoons | Arts & Music | Community Video | Computers & Technology | Cultural & Academic Films | Ephemeral Films | Movies | News & Public Affairs | Prelinger Archives | Spirituality & Religion | Sports Videos | Television | Videogame Videos | Vlogs | Youth Media
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload

View movie

item imageitem imageitem imageitem image

View thumbnails
Run time: 00:04:25

Play / Download (help[help])

(19.2 M)512Kb MPEG4
(19.3 M)Ogg Video
(176.3 M)Windows Media


All Files: HTTPS
[Attribution-Share Alike 3.0]

Resources

Bookmark

Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy – Why China?

something has gone horribly wrong 8-p
Prefer flash? · Embed · Questions/Feedback?

A former Director of the U.S. Olympic Committee and 25 year professional in risk management sends his young niece to China for Stem Cell Surgery. The result was very successful. Ilene Little, CEO of www.traveling4health.com talks about the interview and highlights the reasons why Stem Cell Surgery at specific hospitals in China is so successful. You can also read the interview âSending my Niece to China for Stem Cell Surgeryâ http://tinyurl.com/T4H63



This movie is part of the collection: blip.tv

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Share Alike 3.0


Individual Files

Movie Files Thumbnail Animated GIF Ogg Video Windows Media 512Kb MPEG4
Ilenelittle-StemCellTherapyForCerebralPalsyWhyChina234.wmv 6.1 KB 
134.6 KB 
19.3 MB 
176.3 MB 
19.2 MB 
Information FormatSize
Ilenelittle-StemCellTherapyForCerebralPalsyWhyChina234-2_files.xml Metadata [file] 
Ilenelittle-StemCellTherapyForCerebralPalsyWhyChina234-2_meta.xml Metadata 1.1 KB 
Ilenelittle-StemCellTherapyForCerebralPalsyWhyChina234-2_reviews.xml Metadata 811.0 B 

Write a review
Downloaded 296 times
Reviews
Average Rating:

Reviewer: LeeEg - - December 24, 2011
Subject: Sounds tantalizing, but the subject and object are absent.
Extended indirect pointers to an un-accredited medical process.

I didn't have patience to sit through the apparent multiple repetitions of the single speaker.

Who the child is, how old and what happened are not disclosed at all. Where in China and with what professional setting is not disclosed.


Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)